ZHEN - Bread High Carbon Stainless Steel Knife Blank 9-1/2" L x 5/64" T (240mm x 1.8mm)
Buy one of these stellar Japanese high carbon stainless steel knife blade blanks and customize it with a handle of your own making.Crafted from Japanese high carbon stainless steel (HRC 54 -56),...
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Crafted from Japanese high carbon stainless steel (HRC 54 -56), the bread knife features a granton edge (non-stick scallops) to help release thin slices and sticky food. Designed for a perfect balance and ideal weight, you will love the way it feels and performs. Blade length is 9-1/2", with an overall length of 14-5/8".
- Knife Blade Blank ONLY, handle must be made separately
- Customize your knife blade by choosing from a myriad of woods to make the handle yourself
- Crafted from high carbon stainless steel
- Scalloped edges to help release sticky items
- Razor-sharp edges
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Good Bread Knife - Incredible brisket knife!!!!!
So you can use this as a bread knife, and it is quite good. But this is the best brisket carving knife you will ever use!!!! I have built several of these for folks who do hundreds of briskets, and they say this is the best knife they have ever used. If you need a carving knife, think about this one doing double duty.
i bought two more
very good bread knife
wonderful bread knife
good steel sharp long blade comfortable handle
i looked all over for a very good bread knife blank. this is the best available. the added bolster makes for a very nice knife.
Makes a beautiful high-quality knife
This is a great looking knife blank and is very sharp. Wrap the blade with electrical tape before handling. I flattened the tang on a diamond plate to get a tight fit. The supplied cutler's rivets are a little short if you want to use scales thicker than 1/4". I countersunk them in 3/8" bloodwood so the rivet heads were about 1/8" below the finished surface. I epoxied the scales to the tang and set the rivets to hold it together while the epoxy cured. I then shaped the scales and filled the rivet holes with epoxy mixed with sanding dust. After final shaping and fine sanding I finished the handle with CA glue. This kit is a great value and makes a beautiful and very functional slicer.